On A Beautiful Late Winter Day In Western Kentucky

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4 Responses to On A Beautiful Late Winter Day In Western Kentucky

  1. Ellen Bunnell says:

    Didn’t say so but last week’s Eagle fight over fish was amazing to scroll through, more than once. The pix today are beautiful. I love the streams of the Pigeon and the Peregrine Falcon in particular. Eagles are always predominant in my viewing, but the pigeon and falcon here are beautiful too. Or at least your photography makes them look that way, with a little help from the beautiful day.

    • Jim says:

      Ellen Bunnell,
      They have done a lot more defending the nest area this year. Last year they were sitting on eggs 25 days already. This and one other nest are at least a couple weeks behind on sitting eggs. The one nest I watch has been sitting since the end of January. In a few weeks might see young in that one. I always liked the beauty of pigeons. The same for the Peregrines. Hoping they nest in the same area as last year so I can watch the young again. Thank You for your input…

  2. I didn’t know pigeons carried sticks. Interesting!
    You got some great shots of them and the falcon!

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